This was a very interesting historical sight where you can enter the old Etruscan graves. In the area there are more than 1000 tombs from 9th to 3rd century bc. Some of the tombs are open to the public. We visited the place for only a little more than one hour on a shore-trip from Civitaveccia, but if you have more time I will recommend to spend a couple of hours looking around on this very special place, which also is declared a world heritage site by UNESCO.
Make sure to see the film about the Etruscans, which is partly in 3D. The film takes about 15 minutes and gives a good introduction to the Etruscans and the little we know about them.
The place looked nice and clean when we visited and there is a small cafe in the area.
Entrance fee 6 EUR (August 2012).
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